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Job Description: Manager, HIM Operations Shift: Health Information Management Hours: Full Time Job Details: Days

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Job Description: Manager of Health Information Management Manager of Health Information Management Location: Bronx, NY Salary: $70,000-$75,000 Experience: 5.0 year(s) Job Type: Full-Time Job ID: J53608       About the Opportunity A highly respected Healthcare and Residential Facility in the Bronx is seeking a personable and knowledgeable RHIA/RHIT professional to head its Health Information Management (HIM) division in the role of Manager. This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced coding professional with excellent communication and interpersonal abilities, as well as strong managerial abilities to take on a visible leadership role with a prestigious organization! Company Description Respected Healthcare and Residential Facility Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills 5+ years of coding experience, with exposure to Electronic Health Records RHIA/RHIT certification Supervisory skills and experience Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

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Job Description: HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR - HEALTH INFORMATION MGMT. Description : The Health Information Management Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the work performed by the Health Information Management Specialists. Coordinates functions to ensure all patient records are properly processed by monitoring unprocessed electronic work queues daily and assigning team members for processing; Responsible for the process to assure all physician documentation requirements are met to be in compliance with JC. Responsible to assist in assuring health information is provided timely upon the patient�s request .Responsible for coordination and troubleshooting of electronic medical records equipment; Training; Mentoring and Educating new team members; Monitors Productivity and Quality Measures; reports any HIPAA concerns to Management and provides feedback for annual evaluations.Performs all functions in the event of absence of Health Information Management Specialists. Qualifications :   Preferred Certification: Registered Health Information Tech   Required Education: High School or GED   Preferred Education: Associate's   Required Experience: Three years in Health Info. Mgmt.   Preferred Experience: One - Two years supervisor   Required Licensure: FDL   Required Specific Skills: Excellent analytical, customer service, and coordinating skills Excellent interpersonal and communication skills in dealing with health care personnel, physicians, patients, and co-workers Written and verbal communication skills Requires proficiency in computer applications, including Windows

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Job Description: HIM Coding-Document Educator Were hiring full-time professionals for the HIM team at Parkland hospital. Enjoy top pay and some of the best benefits in the state all while gaining incredible experience in one of the countrys top teaching hospitals! If you think you know Parkland, look again. Were changing; from our soon-to-be-completed new building to our new attitude, youre going to love working here. HIM CODING DOCUMENT EDUCATOR Responsible for the education of staff and physicians in the CDI Program processes. Serves as the HIM and clinical documentation subject matter expert, ensuring accurate representation of the severity of illness in the medical record and compliance with all regulatory requirements, coding ethics and revenue cycle requirements.. MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS Education: -Must have successfully completed an approved coding program OR -Must be a graduate of a Health Information Management program. Experience: -Must have five years of coding experience in an acute care hospital. Equivalent Education and/or Experience: -May have an equivalent combination of education and/or experience in lieu of specific education and/or experience as stated above. Certification/Registration/Licensure: Must be certified through the American Health Information Management Association as one of the following: -Registered Health Information Management Technician (RHIT) -Registered Health Information Management Administrator (RHIA) -Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) -Certified Coding Specialist Physician Based (CCS-P) -AHIMA Approved ICD 10 Trainer (or ability to obtain within 6 months of hire or placement in job) HIM CODING DOCUMENT EDUCATOR Skills or Special Abilities: -Must be able to demonstrate time management, organizational, oral and written communication skills. -Must be able to demonstrate an advanced knowledge of ICD-9-CM, ICD-10-CM/PCS and CPT/HCPCS coding procedures. -Must possess strong knowledge and practice of specific laws and regulations related to coding and billing imposed on healthcare systems by various agencies. -Must possess a strong knowledge of ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM/PCS Official Coding Guidelines, AHA Coding Clinic and AMA CPT Assistant. -Must be able to proactively prioritize educational activities and provide coding training services to new coding staff, clinical documenters and external customers. -Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with Parkland staff and other staff as needed. -Must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of personal computers to include encoder, word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation software, and other software as needed. -Prefer knowledge of EPIC software. BENEFITS: - Top Benefits including domestic partner, with Medical starting Day 1 - Career Path Choices - Phenomenal Retirement Income Plan - Tuition Reimbursement - Top rated cafeteria Apply online or call today to schedule an interview!

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Job Description: Director of HIM & Privacy Officer Director of HIM & Privacy Officer Location: White Plains, NY Salary: $115,000-$135,000 Experience: 5.0 year(s) Job Type: Full-Time Job ID: J61653       About the Opportunity A fast-growing multi-specialty practice has an opening for a Director of HIM and Privacy Officer.  If you have at least 5 years of HIM experience and possess exemplary leadership and interpersonal skills, this is a unique hands-on opportunity!  Apply now to be considered. Company Description Medical Practice Job Description @EXPANDED_JOB_DESCRIPTION Required Skills Bachelor's Degree RHIA or RHIT 5-7 years of experience in the HIM field Exemplary leadership, interpersonal, communication and organizational skills Knowledge of EMR and Microsoft Office applications Understanding and knowledge of the rules and regulations of HIPAA laws

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Job Description: HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST, SENIOR - HEALTH INFORMATION SVCS Description : The Health Information Management (HIM) Specialist Sr is responsible for a complete and accurate quality electronic medical record. Understands that validation and completion of the quality review process ensures integrity and legality of the electronic medical record. Accountable for ensuring the timely availability of the electronic medical record for patient care. Reviews scanned documents for overall image quality and accuracy of indices assigned during the scanned process according to the timeframe requirements. Analyzes medical records for physician completion utilizing the Joint Commission standards. Performs all aspects of Release of Information including attending court trials and responding to Subpoenas and doing follow-up billing utilizing the HIPAA Guidelines. Daily interaction with assisting physicians with completion of their medical records. Assists Transcription section with clerical responsibilities and processing of reports. Qualifications : Required Education: High School/Ged   Required Experience: Two years in health information   Required Licensure: Florida Driver's License   Required Specific Skills: Customer service skills Excellent communication skills, written and verbal Ability to maneuver in multi computerized environment Proficient in Microsoft Windows Superior organizational skills Knowledge of medical records format and content Ability to perform job function and make decisions without direct supervision Ability to perform work in a high paced production environment Good hand and eye coordination Equipment use and maintenance appropriate to position

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Job Description: SUPERVISOR, HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGMENT - SFBH HEALTH INFORMATION MGMT. Description : The Supervisor is responsible for the medical records operations at a single BayCare Hospital with net revenue less than $150 million. The Supervisor is also responsible for planning; organizing; evaluating and establishing controls for all aspects of the Health Information Management Department (HIM) functions. Responsible for information systems; confidentiality; budget; policy and procedures to ensure all patient information is maintained in a current; accurate and complete manner. Qualifications : Required Education: Associate's in a related field   Preferred Education: Bachelor's in a related field   Required Experience: Three years in Health Information Mgmt Three years as supervisor   Preferred Experience: Five years in Health Information Mgmt Five years as supervisor   Required Licensure: Registered Health Information Management Tech Florida Driver's License   Preferred Licensure: Registered Health Information Administration   Required Specific Skills: Customer service skills

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Job Description: Clinical Documentation Specialist, Ambulatory, Coding (Coder, CCS, RHIA, RHIT) Nemours is seeking an Ambulatory Clinical Documentation Specialist to join our Corporate Coding Integrity team in Wilmington, DE. As one of the nation’s leading pediatric health care systems, Nemours is committed to providing all children with their best chance to grow up healthy. We offer integrated, family-centered care to more than 280,000 children each year in our pediatric hospitals, specialty clinics and primary care practices in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nemours strives to ensure a healthier tomorrow for all children – even those who may never enter our doors – through our world-changing research, education and advocacy efforts. At Nemours, our Associates help us deliver on the promise we make to every family we have the privilege of serving: to treat their child as if they were our own. As the birthplace of the Nemours health care system, the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, honors our legacy of delivering exceptional care to the children of the Delaware Valley and beyond. Ranked among the nation’s best pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and honored with the ANCC’s Magnet® Designation for excellence in nursing practice, we offer intensive and acute inpatient and outpatient services covering more than 30 pediatric specialties. In October, we will complete a multi-phase hospital expansion that will include new inpatient rooms, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department. Additionally, Nemours duPont Pediatrics allows us to reach more children across the region through community-based physician services and collaborative partnerships with health and hospital systems. Review clinical documentation for opportunities to improve physician documentation as it relates to ICD9/ICD10 coding and possible gaps in the clinical documentation. Communicate with physicians, APNs, PAs and residents to validate specific documentation. Provide education as needed. Demonstrate and apply knowledge of the American Health Information Management Association standards of clinical coding. Serve as a resource to the surgical and ambulatory coders. Support development of templates, databases and other tools to support accurate documentation. Reviews ambulatory medical records. Analyzes documented clinical diagnoses and compares this information to selected ICD9/ICD10 diagnosis codes. Identifies potential gaps in provider documentation. Communicates with providers to validate observations and makes recommendations for appropriate documentation. Demonstrates basic knowledge of AHIMA and HIMS standards of coding and applies these guidelines to ongoing evaluation of the ambulatory medical record documentation. Serves as a resource to physician coders (surgical and clinic) to ensure coding compliance with the ICD9/ICD10 coding guidelines. In collaboration with management and physician leadership, provides educational programs to support medical record documentation. Identifies trends and/or opportunities to improve clinical documentation. Presents such information and potential solutions to department Director. Extensive knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and disease processes. Performs all other duties as assigned by management. Requirements Must be a certified professional coder through the American Health Information Management Association (RHIA, RHIT, CCS). Minimum five years hands-on experience in clinical coding. Thorough knowledge of CMS’ coding and documentation guidelines. Our dedication to professionals who are dedicated to children frequently earns Nemours a spot on the list of top workplaces in the communities we serve. Our Associates enjoy comprehensive benefits, including our unique “Bridge to a Healthy Future” pediatric health plan, an integrated wellness program, opportunities for professional growth, and much more. Don’t miss out on important health care news and updates from Nemours – connect with us on… Facebook (Fan Page) | YouTube | Twitter | Flickr As an equal opportunity employer, Nemours is committed to focusing on the best-qualified applicants for our openings. Career, Employment, Jobs, Opening, Occupation, Compensation, Salary, Hospital, Health Care, Healthcare, Medical, Clinical, Pediatrics, Pediatric, Children, Child, Neonatal, Registered Health Information Administrator, Registered Health Information Technician, Technologist, RHIA, RHIT, Tech, Certified Medication Technician, Clerical, Coding, Coder, Medical Billing, EMR, Electronic Medical Record, Certified Coding Specialist, CSC, Certified Procedural Coder, AAPC, American Academy of Professional Coders

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Job Description: HIM Tech Texas Heart and Vascular Austin TX HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.

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Job Description: Hospital Coding Specialist, Health Information Management, Days (CCS, Coder) Nemours is seeking a Hospital Coding Specialist to join our Health Information Management team in Wilmington, DE. As one of the nation’s leading pediatric health care systems, Nemours is committed to providing all children with their best chance to grow up healthy. We offer integrated, family-centered care to more than 280,000 children each year in our pediatric hospitals, specialty clinics and primary care practices in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nemours strives to ensure a healthier tomorrow for all children – even those who may never enter our doors – through our world-changing research, education and advocacy efforts. At Nemours, our Associates help us deliver on the promise we make to every family we have the privilege of serving: to treat their child as if they were our own. As the birthplace of the Nemours health care system, the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, honors our legacy of delivering exceptional care to the children of the Delaware Valley and beyond. Ranked among the nation’s best pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and honored with the ANCC’s Magnet® Designation for excellence in nursing practice, we offer intensive and acute inpatient and outpatient services covering more than 30 pediatric specialties. In October, we will complete a multi-phase hospital expansion that will include new inpatient rooms, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department. Additionally, Nemours duPont Pediatrics allows us to reach more children across the region through community-based physician services and collaborative partnerships with health and hospital systems. Responsible for the proper coding and abstracting of all facility accounts according to established ICD-9-CM coding guidelines. Knowledge and adherence to the CMS Coding Guidelines is mandatory. Participation in ongoing coding training and education is essential and required for this position. Maintaining yearly certification as a Certified Coding Specialist with the American Health Information Management Association is also required. Ability to read and comprehend the medical record to help identify all diagnoses, operations and procedures relevant to the current period. Translate diagnostic and procedural documentation into the appropriate ICD-9-CM, Current Procedural Technicology (CPT) codes through use of computerized online systems and current coding books. Select, assign and sequence the appropriate ICD-9-CM and CPT codes to patients’ current period of care according to established sequencing guidelines for the appropriate reimbursement with a working knowledge of DRG assignment according to established guidelines. Abstract records in an accurate manner according to established procedures and guidelines. Minimally code 2.0 – 3.0 inpatient charts per hour based on a monthly average with a 96% or greater accuracy rate. Initiate the coding query process when there is inadequate information on which to base code assignment, or clarify inconsistent or non-specific documentation in a medical record by querying the responsible physician. Maintain an open and professional relationship with the Clinical Documentation Specialist(s). Demonstrate and incorporate a working knowledge of the Epic Care System for retrieval of clinical data for coding purposes. Review and maintain thorough knowledge and understanding of coding through AHIMA seminars and Coding updates. A strong knowledge of clinical practices of assigned areas is needed. Annual CEU education is necessary to keep the CCS Credentialing current. Review and maintain current knowledge of any changes in coding guidelines and regulations. Attend all in-services and seminars pertinent to coding certification. Requirements Certified Coding Specialist Certification (CCS). Certified Coding Specialist by American Health Information Management (CCS, RHIT, RHIA or CPC-H). Our dedication to professionals who are dedicated to children frequently earns Nemours a spot on the list of top workplaces in the communities we serve. Our Associates enjoy comprehensive benefits, including our unique “Bridge to a Healthy Future” pediatric health plan, an integrated wellness program, opportunities for professional growth, and much more.    Don’t miss out on important health care news and updates from Nemours – connect with us on… Facebook (Fan Page) | YouTube | Twitter | Flickr As an equal opportunity employer, Nemours is committed to focusing on the best-qualified applicants for our openings. Career, Employment, Jobs, Opening, Occupation, Compensation, Salary, Hospital, Health Care, Healthcare, Medical, Clinical, Pediatrics, Pediatric, Children, Child, Neonatal, Registered Health Information Administrator, Registered Health Information Technician, Technologist, RHIA, RHIT, Tech, Certified Medication Technician, Clerical, Coding, Coder, Medical Billing, EMR, Electronic Medical Record, Certified Coding Specialist, CSC, Certified Procedural Coder, AAPC, American Academy of Professional Coders

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Job Description: Coding Auditor, Coder, Hospital, Health Information Management, Days (CCS, CPC) Nemours is seeking a Coding Auditor to join our team in Orlando, Florida.   As one of the nation’s leading pediatric health care systems, Nemours is committed to providing all children with their best chance to grow up healthy. We offer integrated, family-centered care to more than 280,000 children each year in our pediatric hospitals, specialty clinics and primary care practices in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Nemours strives to ensure a healthier tomorrow for all children – even those who may never enter our doors – through our world-changing research, education and advocacy efforts. At Nemours, our Associates help us deliver on the promise we make to every family we have the privilege of serving: to treat their child as if they were our own. Located in Orlando, Florida, Nemours Children’s Hospital is the newest addition to the Nemours integrated health care system. Our 100-bed pediatric hospital also features the area’s only 24-hour Emergency Department designed just for kids and outpatient pediatric clinics, including several specialties previously unavailable in the region. A hospital designed by families for families, Nemours Children’s Hospital blends the healing power of nature with the latest in health care innovation to deliver world-class care to the children of Central Florida and beyond. In keeping with our goal of bringing Nemours care into the communities we serve, we also provide specialty outpatient care in several clinics located throughout the region. This position is responsible for conducting compliance reviews of the coding and documentation of diagnoses, medical procedures and patient encounters by Nemours clinical services providers (physicians and billing providers), 30 per coder per month.  The senior coding auditor will support coders by providing education training in areas needing additional training. The coding auditor will accompany the Coding/CDI Manager on meetings with providers about EM-level assignments and coding accuracy audits. This position will also require the senior coding auditor to manage special projects individually or in collaboration with other coding auditors at the request of the Coding/CDI Manager or Director of HIM. These projects may include departmental staff training, focused provider education, special coding reviews or other committees, EMR and other projects as directed. Upon request, assist in staff development, planning and training. Conduct reviews of the coding and documentation of diagnoses, medical procedures and patient encounters by clinical services provider and coders. Develop coder performance improvement plans to work towards 99% accuracy goal. Audit each coder each month, and record quality accuracy by total code assignment with the goal of 99% per coder (e.g., no less than 30 encounters/TAR per month). Work closely with Coding/CDI Manager to assure clear directions are given to each coder, including instituting reliable methods as needed. Responsible for Orlando-based encoding upkeep, including payer files within the encoding product used. Assist in the implementation of Nemours policies and monitoring and reviewing activities as required. Assist in revising standard business practices associated with quality and production expectations by product line. Participate in planning sessions with the Coding, Billing and Corporate Coding Integrity to assure each clinical has a clear means of charge capture for both the hospital and ambulatory work. Monitor and communicate additions and/or revisions to facility-based coding and documentation rules and regulations with specific capture of payer-specific guidelines.   Prepare reports as required relative to monitoring and reviewing activities and rounds with the Coding Manager and coders monthly on the findings. Audit all coders a minimum of 30 encounters/TARs per month for team quality goal measurements. Research coding and billing questions upon request within 5 business days. Minimum Requirements Education, Training and Certification Associate's degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred in health-related field. Coding Certification Required – CCS-P, CPC. Minimum five (5) years experience in ambulatory (physician office coding); auditor experience preferred. Our dedication to professionals who are dedicated to children frequently earns Nemours a spot on the list of top workplaces in the communities we serve. Our Associates enjoy comprehensive benefits, including our unique “Bridge to a Healthy Future” pediatric health plan, an integrated wellness program, opportunities for professional growth, and much more. Don’t miss out on important health care news and updates from Nemours – connect with us on… Facebook (Fan Page) | YouTube | Twitter | Flickr As an equal opportunity employer, Nemours is committed to focusing on the best-qualified applicants for our openings. Career, Employment, Jobs, Opening, Occupation, Compensation, Salary, Hospital, Health Care, Healthcare, Medical, Clinical, Pediatrics, Pediatric, Children, Child, Neonatal, Registered Health Information Administrator, Registered Health Information Technician, Technologist, RHIA, RHIT, Tech, Certified Medication Technician, Clerical, Coding, Coder, Medical Billing, EMR, Electronic Medical Record, Certified Coding Specialist, CCS, CCS-P, Certified Procedural Coder, CPC, AAPC, American Academy of Professional Coders

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Job Description: HIM Coordinator (PRN) - Bailey Square Surgical Ctr. - Austin, TX DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:        Coordinates and assists with the collection, processing, filing, maintenance, storage, retrieval, and distribution of medical records according to facility policies and procedures. Collects and files in medical record all laboratory, pathology, electrocardiogram, and x-ray reports received prior to/post surgery. Handles collection, response, and final filing in medical record of all appropriate correspondence. Arranges all chart forms, correspondence reports (e.g., operative, lab, electrocardiogram, x-ray, pathology, etc.) in appropriate order per facility policy/procedure. Maintains and controls the release of information to authorized persons only. Adheres to medico-legal requirements when answering correspondence and inquiries. Marks and obtains all necessary signatures to complete chart, including contacting physicians' offices regarding necessary signatures/reports within required timeframe. Obtains all missing chart contents needed to complete medical record. Adheres to established procedures for cross-referencing and indexing medical records. Develops and maintains an organized storage system for timely retrieval of individual medical records. Institutes and maintains a check-out and return system for medical records. EXPERIENCE: Minimum (2) year of experience in a medical office setting highly preferred. (i.e. ambulatory surgery center, hospital, doctors office) preferred. Prior supervisory experience.   CERTIFICATE/LICENSE: BLS may be required as determined by facility practices.  

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Job Description: Health Information Specialist Shift: Health Information Management Hours: Part Time Job Details: Flexible

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Job Description: HIM Technician HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.           IND00

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Job Description: HIM Technician, LewisGale Physicians - Salem, VA HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.

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Job Description: Facility Information Security Official (FISO)  Job Summary: The Facility Information Security Official (FISO) for the HCA Physician Services Group (PSG) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by PSG, under the supervision of the PSG Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities Supported This position will service the PSG Offices in Brentwood, TN, physician practices across the country, company-managed physician offices, etc. Depending on the needs and complexity of the PSG market, the PSG FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in multiple or possibly all practices. These responsibilities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and PSG-specific IS programs and operations. IS Activities IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and PSG. Approach The PSG FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into the physician practice facilities. This includes development and communication of IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. IS Program Overview Enterprise IS Program: The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and PSG IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between PSG and physician practice/facility. PSG/Division IS Program: The PSG IS program is led by the DISO. The PSG IS program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and PSG-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the PSG FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the PSG IS program is implemented in all assigned facilities. Facility IS Program: Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Key Focus Areas & Skills This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, PSG leadership, PSG IT team, other FISOs, IS department, customers, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. The FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Supervisor: PSG Manager, FISO Program Duties (included but not limited to): Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility: * Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, PSG IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility or customer-specific needs. * In conjunction with the appropriate PSG and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by PSG, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). * Work with Facility leadership, IT Directors, Local Security Coordinators (LSCs), and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. * Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. * Coordinate with HR Directors, Facility Privacy Officials and Ethics & Compliance Officers to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. * Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management: * For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure appropriate access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines. Audit Preparation and Access Reviews * Assist with the preparation for regulatory and internal audits * Coordination of Appropriate Access audits, Administrative access and Audit log reviews IS Project Execution: * Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Issues Tracking and Resolution: * Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. * Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. * Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. * Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. * Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, SATracker, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). * In conjunction with the PSG IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. * Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management: * Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. * Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. * Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). * Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Risk Acceptance Forms (RAFs). IS Vendor Systems Security: * Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. * Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for PSG and facility IT systems and services. * Ensure PSG and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. * Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). * Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication: * Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facilities. * Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to PSG: * Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning * Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. * Identify development in the IT&S department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support PSG IS initiatives and the DISO: * Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and PSG IS programs at the facility level. Other Duties: * Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements. * Assists with other duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge, Skills & Abilities * Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards * Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices * Facility, Clinical System, IT Director, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired * Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus * Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility, PSG, customer and corporate level  Experience: College graduate preferred      Management experience desired * Bachelor's degree in IT, Healthcare IT Management, or related field * Three to ten (3-10) years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT-focused Health Information Management Certificate/Licensure: * Information Security and/or HIPAA-related Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. * Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCUX, GCIA, CHP, CIPP, CAHIMS, CPHIMS Physical Demands / Working Conditions: * Information Security and/or HIPAA-related Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. * Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCUX, GCIA, CHP, CIPP, CAHIMS, CPHIMS * Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Lifting of light papers and boxes may be required at times. * Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. * Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports. Work is an office environment and may be stressful at times. Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset individuals. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. Safety & Health: The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.

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Job Description: Information Security Analyst - INFOSEC - Tallahassee  More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by the division, under the supervision of the Division Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities These include hospitals, company-managed physician offices, Consolidated Service Centers (CSCs), Ambulatory Surgery Division (ASD) centers and certain other facilities in the division. Depending on the IT model and complexity of the division, the Zone FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in a few facilities or possibly all facilities in a market or division. IS Activities These activities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and division-specific IS programs and operations. IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and Division. Enterprise IS Program The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the Zone FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and division IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The Zone FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between the division and the facility. Division IS Program The division IS program is led by the DISO. The division program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and division-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the division IS program is implemented in the Zone FISO's assigned facilities. Facility IS Program Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Approach The Zone FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into facilities. This includes developing IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. Relationships This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, Physicians, Division leadership, Division IT team, other Zone FISOs, IS department, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. Other The Zone FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To   Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, division IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility-specific needs. In conjunction with the appropriate division and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by the division, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). Work with Facility leadership, HDISs, LSCs, and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. Coordinate with HR Director, Facility Privacy Official and Ethics & Compliance Officer to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure Appropriate Access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines.   IS Project Execution Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Ensure progress and completion of identified tasks in the Facility Information Security Plan. Issues Tracking and Resolution Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. Coordinate facility troubleshooting of issues and questions. Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. Monitor resolution of IS alerts in the facility (e.g., Spyware, SMART anomalies, invalid Social Security Numbers). Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, Passport reports, SecurID activity reports, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). In conjunction with the division IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Security Exception Request Forms (SERFs). Team with facility and division personnel to remediate system issues that are noted in approved SERFs. IS Vendor Systems Security Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for division and facility IT systems and services. Ensure division and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facility. Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to Division Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning. Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. Identify development in the IT&S IS department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support division IS initiatives and the DISO Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and division IS programs at the facility level. Other Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices Hospital, Meditech System, HDIS, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility/ market/ division; corporate level   Education College graduate preferred Experience: Management experience desired Bachelor's degree in IT, Health Information Management, or related field. Three to ten years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT focused Health Information Management Certification/Licensure: Information Security Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCNT, GCFW, GCUX, GCIA

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Job Description: Information Security Specialist / Analyst - InfoSec  More About HCA..... For a sixth consecutive year HCA has earned national recognition as one of the best workplaces for information technology professionals. HCA ranked No. 42 on Computerworld's 2014 "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" list of 100 companies. HCA has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies.Summary of Duties The Zone Facility Information Security Official (FISO) is responsible for leading, driving and, in some cases, implementing Information Security (IS) activities and measures in company facilities supported by the division, under the supervision of the Division Director of Information Security Operations (DISO). Facilities These include hospitals, company-managed physician offices, Consolidated Service Centers (CSCs), Ambulatory Surgery Division (ASD) centers and certain other facilities in the division. Depending on the IT model and complexity of the division, the Zone FISO may be assigned to lead and drive IS activities in a few facilities or possibly all facilities in a market or division. IS Activities These activities are part of the enterprise (company-wide) and division-specific IS programs and operations. IS activities at the facility-level are primarily based on: (a) ongoing IS work and expectations outlined in the company's IS policies, standards, and guidance documents, (b) new and/or prioritized IS work in the Facility IS Action Plans from the Corporate IS Department, and (c) IS aspects in projects from the IS Department, IT&S Department, Business Units and Division. Enterprise IS Program The enterprise (company-wide) IS program is led by the VP & CISO and IS Department in IT&S. Together with the DISO, the Zone FISO is the "face" of the enterprise and division IS programs to facility leadership, workforce members, and other people and entities (e.g., physicians and certain vendors) affiliated with the facility. The Zone FISO is responsible for implementing the company's organizational IS agenda, championing improvements to reduce IS risks to patients and business operations in the facility, and serving as a bridge between the division and the facility. Division IS Program The division IS program is led by the DISO. The division program includes implementation plans and activities for the enterprise IS Program and projects, and division-specific IS plans, activities and projects. Like the enterprise IS Program, the Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and ensuring the division IS program is implemented in the Zone FISO's assigned facilities. Facility IS Program Generally, the facility IS program and facility IS activities are based on implementation and ongoing, operational compliance with company IS requirements. These activities include both Information Technology (IT) and non-IT related areas. In addition, all facility workforce members have a role regarding IS. The Zone FISO is responsible for leading, driving and helping the facility and facility workforce members appropriately comply with the company's IS requirements. Approach The Zone FISO drives the results the company wants by extending the reach of the enterprise IS program into facilities. This includes developing IS processes, building staff awareness and competencies for security, and effectively collaborating across boundaries to ensure enterprise IS goals and company priorities are met and business value is realized. Relationships This role requires extensive focus on building and expanding relationships with key stakeholders such as Facility leadership, Facility workforce members, Physicians, Division leadership, Division IT team, other Zone FISOs, IS department, business partners and vendors, and other people and entities who support the IS objectives and activities at the facility. Other The Zone FISO must have and will use a combination of skills including IT technical skills, IS knowledge, people relating skills, written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to develop, communicate and follow processes to get technical and non-technical work accomplished. Duties Include But Are Not Limited To   Lead, drive and implement (where appropriate) IS activities in the facility Provide leadership, drive implementation and drive ongoing compliance in the facility with IS requirements including IS policies and standards, HIPAA Security activities, Facility IS Action Plans, division IS program activities, enterprise IS program, and facility-specific needs. In conjunction with the appropriate division and facility teams, address IS issues identified by the facility, by the division, by corporate groups including Internal Audit or the IS Department, and by outside entities including auditors (e.g., CMS HIPAA Security audits). Work with Facility leadership, HDISs, LSCs, and facility staff to drive the accomplishment of IS goals. Help coordinate non-IT IS work and responsibilities at the facility. Coordinate with HR Director, Facility Privacy Official and Ethics & Compliance Officer to ensure that sanctions related to IS issues are applied appropriately and consistently. Bridge the distance between the HCA information security group and the facility through collaboration, coordination, communication, and operating as part of each. IS Account Management For facility and department managed applications, ensure that application administrators are aware of and adhere to company account management requirements. Ensure Appropriate Access and other user access reviews occur in the facility in accordance with company guidelines.   IS Project Execution Lead and coordinate implementation of IS technologies and projects in the facility. Ensure progress and completion of identified tasks in the Facility Information Security Plan. Issues Tracking and Resolution Track and drive resolution of facility IS issues. Provide technical expertise to resolution of IS issues in the facility. Coordinate facility troubleshooting of issues and questions. Support and coordinate incident response activities involving the facility. Monitor resolution of IS alerts in the facility (e.g., Spyware, SMART anomalies, invalid Social Security Numbers). Respond to user related threat events in the facility by working with the respective department manager to facilitate user awareness. Ensure issues in IS reports are addressed (e.g., SAPortal reports, Passport reports, SecurID activity reports, Internal Audit Self-Monitoring Report). In conjunction with the division IT team, ensure corporate-mandated service packs, patches and hotfixes are applied to facility servers and workstations within the defined time periods. Provide facility-level reporting to the DISO to identify and act on facility-specific IS issues. IS Risk Management Lead risk management processes and decision-making involving each facility, within the framework established in the enterprise IS program. Ensure the designated facility committee (e.g., Facility Security Committee, Facility Ethics & Compliance Committee) receives, documents, tracks, investigates and acts on suspected IS breaches and complaints. Perform walkthrough of the facility to identify potential or actual IS issues on at least a quarterly basis (e.g., physical security of MDF/IDFs; active sessions on unattended workstations; posted passwords). Work with facility personnel and the DISO to complete, submit, and track Security Exception Request Forms (SERFs). Team with facility and division personnel to remediate system issues that are noted in approved SERFs. IS Vendor Systems Security Coordinate IS activities with vendors at the facility. Ensure proper vendor contracts are in place for division and facility IT systems and services. Ensure division and facility-specific IT systems and services receive proper assessments before implementation. Ensure implementation of specified IS architectures for enterprise vendors (e.g., anti-virus, logging, auditing, authentication, authorization, configuration management, encryption and remote access management/monitoring). Ensure vendor systems use approved connectivity, remote management and monitoring. IS Communication Facilitate, and lead where appropriate, IS communication and awareness in the facility. Coordinate with the facility HR and training departments to ensure that periodic workforce training includes company-required IS content (e.g., protection from malicious software; procedures for monitoring log-in attempts and reporting discrepancies; procedures for creating, changing, and safeguarding passwords; procedures for reporting security incidents). Represent Facility IS Needs to Division Serve as the advocate for IS in facility planning. Represent facility needs in division strategic planning, budgeting and work prioritization. Identify development in the IT&S IS department services and operations needed to resolve IS operational issues in the facility. Support division IS initiatives and the DISO Assist the DISO in driving key elements in the enterprise and division IS programs at the facility level. Other Adheres to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Value Statements Assists with other duties as assigned.   #LI-JH1 IND03 Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Knowledge of HIPAA Privacy/Security Regulations and Sarbanes-Oxley IT control standards Strong understanding of Information Security processes, technologies, and practices Hospital, Meditech System, HDIS, LSC, IT Audit, and project management experience desired Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organization, decision-making, advanced problem solving, and presentation/training skills; as well as initiative, adaptability, and customer focus Must possess the ability to build positive team relationships with all levels of individuals at the facility/ market/ division; corporate level   Education College graduate preferred Experience: Management experience desired Bachelor's degree in IT, Health Information Management, or related field. Three to ten years of related work experience in Information Security and/or IT focused Health Information Management Certification/Licensure: Information Security Certification(s) with demonstrated work experience is preferred. Desired certifications include: CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC, GCIH, GCNT, GCFW, GCUX, GCIA

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Job Description: Division Director, Information Security Assurance Oversees all aspects of the Information Security Program for all facilities associated with the Division or Line of Business (LOB) to assure strategic alignment with the HCA Information Protection Program and maturity of IT operational security controls. Serves as a key member of the IT&S leadership team and works effectively with Division/Facility Privacy Officials (FPO), Ethics and Compliance Officers (ECO), and other key decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee. Champions, administers, and provides interpretation of Information Security Program policies/procedures to facilitate risk-based decisions by key stakeholders.   Launch and oversee Information Security Program for all facilities and division/LOB through Manage governance structure for each in-scope entity (e.g., Facility Security Committee) to facilitate effective, efficient, and standardized approach to align with HCA Information Protection Program (executive dashboards, agendas, minutes, etc.)  Facilitate risk-based decisions by key decision-makers that focus on preventing (or correcting) identified business issues through implementation of reasonable administrative, physical, and/or technical controls Partner with FPO and ECO on cross-disciplinary compliance activities Identify, establish and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders to help increase maturity of Program throughout operational processes, projects, and other initiatives Validate and operationalize facility readiness for internal and external audits of information security/protection controls on behalf of CIO Lead division-wide and facility-specific information risk management program to continually assure the maturity of administrative, technical, and physical controls Partner with IT&S colleagues to assure ongoing maturity of IT operational security controls by leveraging inputs from SAPortal, SATracker, ProofPoint, Data Leak Protection (DLP), FileShare scanning, and other monitoring tools Partner with FPO and/or ECO to assure facilities are able to respond timely to time-sensitive notification by providing evidence of the facility's administrative controls (e.g., documented operational procedures to comply with HIPAA Privacy and Security requirements)   Champion HCA Information Protection Program initiatives Drive visible action to implement initiative within established deadlines (i.e., may be a time-sensitive regulatory requirement and/or a company-prioritized risk reduction activity)  Initiate compelling communications with key stakeholders to launch initiative Increase awareness and/or understanding of needed actions to correct identified information security risks Oversee integration of defined role-based training into facility operations Provide or "train-the-trainer" to deliver role-based training based on identified risks and/or related to compliance with policies/procedures Validate effectiveness of role-based training to monitor the health of each facility's Information Security Program Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management Actively involved in Human Resources recruitment, performance evaluations, and management of IT division staff (e.g., Zone FISO) Ensures appropriate training and development programs are utilized to attract, retain, and develop personnel required to support information security program Participates in division IT&S succession planning activities with CIO Oversee and coordinate information security incident investigation and reporting Partner with Corporate departments and/or external entities (e.g., law enforcement) as required to facilitate rapid response  Partner with FPO and/or ECO on cross-disciplinary incident investigation and reporting Determination about the "reasonableness" of safeguards/controls that must be implemented to protect sensitive or restricted data being stored, processed, and/or transmitted by (or on behalf of) business owners and/or the facility. Determinations must be made by striking a balance between business/clinical objectives and available administrative, physical, and/or technical safeguards. Consequences of poor determinations may result in the following negative impacts: *      Inappropriate/unreasonable disruptions of business/clinical objectives *      Inappropriate disclosure or breach of sensitive or restricted data  *      Monetary penalties *      Criminal penalties at the personal level *      Investigations from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) *      Corrective Action Plan with OCR *      Written notification from HCA to the patient, HHS, and in some situations, local media in the event of a breach (as defined by HITECH). Determination about the most appropriate approach for engaging with key stakeholders and/or decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee to develop and implement corrective action plans to mitigate/correct identified information security risks. Must leverage strategic relationships, compelling communications, and use of governance structure to drive business decisions (e.g., funding, resources, timing). Consequences of a weak approach may result in the following negative impacts: *      Lack of business understanding and/or support to mitigate or correct identified information security risks that could lead to disruptions of business/clinical objectives Same negative impacts as listed in the previous example above Strong understanding of information security principles, processes, technologies, and practices - required Ability to communicate effectively at an executive level - required Skill in developing and maintaining effective relationships with medical and administrative staff, and technical staff - required Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills - required Skill in exercising initiative, judgment, problem solving, decision-making - required Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment - required Skill in planning, organizing and supervising - required Skill in developing comprehensive reports - required Ability to analyze and interpret complex data - required Ability to research and prepare comprehensive reports - required Knowledge of computer systems and applications - required Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development - required Knowledge of information security regulations (HIPAA Privacy/Security, Sarbanes-Oxley IT controls, Payment Card Industry (PCI)) - preferred Information Security certifications (e.g., CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC) - preferred Knowledge of healthcare - preferred 6-10 years of Information Security experience required; 10+ preferred Leadership / Management experience required Bachelor's Degree required Master's Degree preferred

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Job Description: HIM Technician , Austin Heart Shoal Creek, LLC - Austin, TX HCA Physician Services implements innovative, value added solutions that help physicians deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare to support HCA's commitment to the care and improvement of human life. We focus on quality, streamlining operations and continuously improving technology as we strive to provide the best possible patient care and serve our community.   We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's leading provider of healthcare services.   POSITION OVERVIEW The HIM Tech is a key member of the Physician Practice and processes medical records and documentation to ensure all patients receive high quality, efficient care.  DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Completing the necessary steps in medical releases. Organizing medical records for subpoenas. Completing injury reports. Verifying workers comp cases with employers. Coding workers comp encounter forms and setting up workers comp accounts in the Medic system. Completing appropriate forms for state Workers Comp Division. Coding and charging out x-ray reports. Assembling charts for the Occupational Med. Department. Completing monthly referral log. Demonstrating a working knowledge of computer systems used. Picking up and dropping off charts in the correct locations. Assembling new patient charts properly. Filing paper correctly in patient charts. Locating out of file charts. Perform other duties as required.   Must read and understand and adhere to all Physician Services policies and procedures. Practice and adhere to the Code of Conduct and Mission and Values statements. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: 1. Knowledge of medical record filing system and provider numbers. 2. Knowledge of the legal aspects of releasing medical records. 3. Knowledge of medical record release policies and procedures. 4. Knowledge of workers compensation policies and procedures. 5. Knowledge of Occupational Medicine policies and procedures. 6. Knowledge of computer systems used.   Experience ·  2 (two) years HIM experience in a medical setting preferred.   

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Between the adoption of electronic health records and the ICD-10 transition, the responsibilities tied to health information management jobs are evolving daily. Greater emphasis is being placed on reimbursement as claims from our aging population continue to escalate. New technology is enhancing the way we process patient data. All of these factors contribute to a boost in demand for qualified professionals who can fill HIM jobs around the country.

In the most recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health information management jobs were projected to see growth of about 21% from 2010-2020. This increase is beneficial to anyone certified in a specialty area. The major professional organizations in the field, including AHIMA, NCRA, AHDI, AAPC and HIMSS, offer a variety of credentials. Getting certified by one of them can help you stand out when you go head to head against other medical coders and cancer registrars applying for the same positions. It’s also critical to landing more advanced health information manager jobs.

Whether you’re looking for entry level health information management jobs or the perfect administrator position, you can find it here on our job board. New openings are posted daily, so save your favorite searches to hear about the

Between the adoption of electronic health records and the ICD-10 transition, the responsibilities tied to health information management jobs are evolving daily. Greater emphasis is being placed on reimbursement as claims from our aging population continue to escalate. New technology is enhancing the way we process patient data. All of these factors contribute to a boost in demand for qualified professionals who can fill HIM jobs around the country.

In the most recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health information management jobs were projected to see growth of about 21% from 2010-2020. This increase is beneficial to anyone certified in a specialty area. The major professional organizations in the field, including AHIMA, NCRA, AHDI, AAPC and HIMSS, offer a variety of credentials. Getting certified by one of them can help you stand out when you go head to head against other medical coders and cancer registrars applying for the same positions. It’s also critical to landing more advanced health information manager jobs.

Whether you’re looking for entry level health information management jobs or the perfect administrator position, you can find it here on our job board. New openings are posted daily, so save your favorite searches to hear about the